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Time to Improvise

Time to Improvise

LONG ASSEMBLY Dec 7, 2011

Several actors from Boston's Improv Asylum performed in long Assembly on Wed., Dec. 7. They asked for audience suggestions and participation during the hour-long sketch and improvisation comedy show. It was perfect timing for students  and faculty members who were busy preparing for assessments.

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Building Foundations

Building Foundations

UPPER SCHOOL Dec 5, 2011

French teacher Amadou Seck explains how his roles as faculty member, advisor and coach make all the difference in his approach to teaching. Nobles does all that it can to foster dynamic student-teacher relationships. The emphasis on making—and keeping—these connections is one of many things that makes Nobles special.

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Nobles @ SDLC

Nobles @ SDLC

STUDENT LIFE Nov 30, 2011

On Wed., Nov. 30, eight Nobles students traveled to Philadelphia to participate in the National Association of Independent Schools' Student Diversity Leadership Conference. This three-day event brings together close to 1,500 independent high school students from across the country. 

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Class I Student Featured

Class I Student Featured

ACADEMIC Nov 29, 2011

Class I student Felix Liang was selected as a WCVB-TV Channel 5 APlus Scholar and was featured on a segment that aired on Nov. 28, 2011. The APlus Scholar is “a signature NewsCenter 5 series that shines a spotlight on outstanding high school seniors who have overcome incredible odds.” Channel 5’s David Brown reported the story on location at 10 Campus Drive.

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Fall for Dance

Fall for Dance

ARTS Nov 18, 2011

A crowd of supporters filled Lawrence Auditorium for the first dance concert of the year on Thurs., Nov. 17, 2011. Thirty students in the Afternoon Dance Program and academic dance classes, as well as independent student choreographers, presented a string of modern, hip-hop, jazz, Latin and Indian style dances.

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Nobles Gives Back

Nobles Gives Back

ANNUAL PIE DRIVE Nov 18, 2011

Each November, Nobles Middle Schoolers set up shop in the Castle and join together to create quite the assmbly line. They work together to prepare applie pies—just in time for Thanksgiving. Some students are on peeling and coring duty, while others mix and measure spices.

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Way to Go, Bulldogs!

Way to Go, Bulldogs!

ATHLETICS Nov 16, 2011

As the fall athletic season comes to an end, Nobles celebrates success on the fields and amazing school spirit on the sidelines.

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Chinese Acrobats Return to Nobles

Chinese Acrobats Return to Nobles

STUDENT LIFE Nov 9, 2011

The Chinese Acrobats left the Nobles community in awe during Long Assembly on Wed., Nov. 9. They contorted their bodies, juggled a variety of objects, tumbled through hoops and even used a performer as a human jump rope. The well-anticipated Assembly will be one to remember for a long time.

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Best Foot Forward

Best Foot Forward

PERFORMING ARTS Nov 3, 2011

Teamwork and camaraderie are alive and well at Nobles—in the classroom, on the fields and on the stage. Performing Arts faculty member Jillian Grunnah welcomes students of all levels into her dance studio and encourages them to learn choreography as an ensemble. They work together as a team and learn about styles and techniques from all over the world.

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Halloween Fun

Halloween Fun

STUDENT LIFE Oct 31, 2011

On October 31, the Nobles community fully embraced the Halloween spirit. Morning Assembly was full of special surprises including music, skits and a Day of the Dead video. Class I united in jungle-themed costumes representing zebras, Tarzan, leopards and many others. The Parents’ Association also hosted a surprise lunch for Class I students.

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Celebrating Nobles

Celebrating Nobles

ALUMNI Oct 28, 2011

What better way to celebrate another successful fundraising year than to gather some 350 Nobles graduates, parents, faculty, staff and friends together for a social event? Nobles Night accomplished just that and more on Thursday, Oct. 27.

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Graduate's Connection to MLK Legacy

Graduate's Connection to MLK Legacy

ALUMNI Oct 21, 2011

In conjunction with the new MLK Memorial, CNN recently aired an online video featuring Herman Hemingway, the only surviving member from Dr. King's fraternity, alpha phi alpha. Hemingway, grandfather of Nobles graduate Amarachi Iwuh '10, was a sophmore at Brandeis University (the school's first black student) when he pledged the fraternity with other area school students.

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Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

ATHLETICS Oct 18, 2011

On Friday, Oct. 14, Burr Field lit up with high-spirited fans for the first-ever Friday night football game against ISL rivalry Thayer Academy. Rain didn’t deter a vibrant crowd of supporters—sporting blue and white—from cheering on the Bulldogs. A tailgate party with music and food kicked off the event and also raised money for the Nobles travel program.

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Where Learning Begins

Where Learning Begins

MIDDLE SCHOOL ACADEMICS Oct 17, 2011

Nobles students share a love of learning. They are challenged every day in class, through the rigor of the academic curriculum, and motivated by faculty members who spark their interest in a variety of subjects. The school’s youngest students, seventh graders (known as Class VI or “Sixies”) spend the first semester learning—among other things—about how they learn.

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Friday Night Lights

Friday Night Lights

ATHLETICS Oct 14, 2011

Tonight two ISL rivals will clash yet again on the gridiron, but for the first time in the history of Nobles athletics, the gridiron will be starlit.

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2011 Distinguished Graduate Award

2011 Distinguished Graduate Award

ASSEMBLY Oct 12, 2011

Nobles has welcomed many guest speakers to the Assembly stage. They share their life experiences and personal stories, and often visit classes to further discuss their work and how it relates to the world. On Wednesday, Oct. 12, the school welcomed “one of its own” to the Lawrence Auditorium stage—former journalist Ned Colt ’75.

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Nobles takes down St. Pauls on the field

Nobles takes down St. Pauls on the field

ATHLETICS Oct 6, 2011

Both boys and girls soccer teams dominated St Pauls yesterday. Field hockey comes up with a big win as well to keep their undefeated streak alive.

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Visual Arts for All

Visual Arts for All

ARTS Oct 4, 2011

Many people think that you have to possess an innate artistic talent in order to pursue the arts, but the Visual Arts Department at Noble and Greenough School is quick to diffuse that stereotype. Visual arts courses at Nobles are designed for students of all levels of experience, from the student new to the world of the arts to the passionate art student.

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A Taste of the World

A Taste of the World

MULTICULTURAL FAIR Oct 3, 2011

Nobles students, faculty, staff and families took a trip around the world on Friday, Sept. 30, at the annual Multicultural Fair. More than a dozen countries including Colombia, France, Greece, Ecuador, India, Japan and Nigeria were represented through artifacts, activities, costumes, music, dance and food. 

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October 1 Games

October 1 Games

ATHLETICS Oct 1, 2011

An update on Nobles athletic teams. 

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